One of the most famous outfits of princess Diana is soon to close in Kensington Palace in London.
The white blouse, the legervest and the beige chino by Armani from april 26, a prominent place in the new exhibition Diana: Her Fashion Show.
It is the first time that the public has the iconic clothing can admire Diana in 1997 wore during a walk through a cleared landmijngebied in Angola. She was in the African country as an ambassador of a campaign against anti-personnel mines, and heard about the work of the soldiers, the mines dismantled.
Prince William and prince Harry have in addition to the well-known clothing more clothing of their mother lent. So is the purple Versace dress that the princess to a benefitgala in Chicago wore. Also the pink Bellville Sassoon-suit that Diana wore during the train ride prior to her honeymoon in 1981, is in the palace to admire. These come to hang out in between other, less well-known, princess dress, from casual outfits to prom dress.
Diana: The Fashion Story was last year February open. The exhibition shows the evolution of Diana’s choice. She wore during her first public performances understated outfits, and then they have a style developed that, according to the compilers of the exhibition glamour, elegance and confidence exuded. The exhibition is part of a series of events that will be remembered at her death and legacy.